Chris Davis has mentioned how much last year's early season oblique injury affected him throughout a disappointing 2014. Though he came into this season healthy, the residual effects of that injury lingered in the early parts of this season, Davis said.
Now, that's a thing of the past.
The Orioles first baseman-right fielder is one of the game's hottest hitters, looking more like the player who led the majors in homers (53) and RBIs (138) two years ago than the one who hit .196 last year and had his season end with an Adderall suspension.
As the Orioles return home from the West Coast to open a 10-game homestand Friday night against the Oakland Athletics at Camden Yards,...